Don’t be a teacher only rather try to be an educator……

 

It has been more than 15 years in this profession which I rather say PASSION,Yes a passion for teaching. I have never thought of something else as I  considered it as my lifeline  till one day my son told me to write a blog.

Certainly it is great thing to share a good experience of one’s life and get some more from others in return.

Coming upto the expectations of your students and touching their lives is a greatest award that motivate you to climb up the ladder of success.

Today I wanna tell all my students that they are indispensable part of this education system which encourage  teachers to be not only a teacher but an educator who has ability to uplift the real talented hidden behind the walls of ignorance ,self doubts and insecurity.

“Dear Educators, Let’s hold the brush in your hand to remove the dust from the beautiful artifacts made by HIM to show their real face to the world ”

Let them feel and enjoy  this  enthralling, exciting, divine and beauteous life.

DEDICATED TO ALL THE STUDENTS  AND TEACHERS………..

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7 thoughts on “Don’t be a teacher only rather try to be an educator……”

  1. u r not only a teacher but a great guide, a mentor, a friend….may this teacher-student relation last much long…..nd keep guiding us mam…..m thankful to god to have such a great teacher like you…..everyone should respect their teacher bcoz they are the one who bring the best in you

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  2. Really mam well said….a student-teacher relation is not only the relation in school only but also a mother-son relation…I m very much thankful to god to have a teacher like u in my life…and I remember the time when I used to cry in nursery class & u turned it into my laugh…

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  3. I was fortunate to have some wonderful, passionate educators in my student life who made a great impact on my life, learning and principles. As learners not just students forced to show up at school, we need to make the most of what they offer with gratitude and respect.

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